1 apache serving 2 RT instance

hi,
i’m using RT 3.2.2 with apache 1.3. is it possible to
use 1 apache server to access 2 seperate install of
RT? currently i already have the apache server
accessing 1 instance of RT. i want to install another
RT into a seperate directory and use the same apache
to access both RT. if anyone has any details on this
setup i would appreciate any info you could provide.
thanks
jim

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James Lee wrote:

hi,
i’m using RT 3.2.2 with apache 1.3. is it possible to
use 1 apache server to access 2 seperate install of
RT?

Yes, using FastCGI.

http://wiki.bestpractical.com/index.cgi?MultipleInstances

Josh

At Wednesday 2/2/2005 11:49 AM, James Lee wrote:

hi,
i’m using RT 3.2.2 with apache 1.3. is it possible to
use 1 apache server to access 2 seperate install of
RT? currently i already have the apache server
accessing 1 instance of RT. i want to install another
RT into a seperate directory and use the same apache
to access both RT. if anyone has any details on this
setup i would appreciate any info you could provide.
thanks
jim

Depends exactly what you mean by “1 apache server”. If you mean one running
apache instance, you need to use fastcgi. If you mean one apache
installation, you can run two separate apache instances (with different
configs) and use either fastcgi or modperl.

Steve

steve,
thanks for the reply. is there an example on the
setup for running two separate apache instances (with
different configs)? attached is my httpd.conf. i
tried using virtual host in apache but the second
port(9090) isn’t working.
thanks
jim— Stephen Turner sturner@MIT.EDU wrote:

At Wednesday 2/2/2005 11:49 AM, James Lee wrote:

hi,
i’m using RT 3.2.2 with apache 1.3. is it possible
to
use 1 apache server to access 2 seperate install of
RT? currently i already have the apache server
accessing 1 instance of RT. i want to install
another
RT into a seperate directory and use the same
apache
to access both RT. if anyone has any details on
this
setup i would appreciate any info you could
provide.
thanks
jim

Depends exactly what you mean by “1 apache server”.
If you mean one running
apache instance, you need to use fastcgi. If you
mean one apache
installation, you can run two separate apache
instances (with different
configs) and use either fastcgi or modperl.

Steve

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httpd.conf (34.3 KB)